PREMISE: An alternate Doctor Who season four. In which the Doctor and the Master have dysfunctional adventures in time and space, Martha becomes a fully qualified doctor, Leo Jones wonders what all the fuss is about, the Torchwood team recounts Himalayan hijinks, and Lucy Saxon refuses to let the averted end of the world sideline her.
DISCLAIMER: Doctor Who belongs to the BBC. I am making absolutely no money from this and am losing valuable time sleeping. It's all in good fun.
SPOILER WARNING: This is written as an alternate version of Doctor Who season four, not only because I am not psychic and have no idea what the people in charge are cooking up for the real season, but also because the entire premise of this project is the Doctor and the Master travelling together, which we are not about to see on daytime TV. In the spirit of this, be warned of SPOILERS for the end of season three. In fact, if you haven't watched season three, turn back now.
RATING WARNING: As far as ratings go, assume that this is more on the Torchwood than the Doctor Who end of things. Of course, I'm of the opinion that David Tennant and John Simm manange to cram more sexual tension into five seconds on screen together than the combined Torchwood cast usually manage in an entire epsiode, but, that said, this project contains vague onscreen sexing. And casual hookups. And other adult things. Although no more intense creepy darkness than you find in the average Who episode, really.
4x00: Prologue; 4x01: Bliss; 4x02: The Illusive Ms. Ingram; 4x03: The Quantum Room; 4x04: The Holy Land; 4x05: Space Hopper; 4x06: Monster Hospital; 4x07: Asterion; 4x08: The Living Ships; 4x09: Honey Trap; 4x10: Harry and the Doctor; 4x11: The Silver Devastation; 4x12: The Watch Shop; 4x13: The Eye of the Storm